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Beverly Gannon to Help Promote Hawaii in Australia

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Beverly Gannon, one of America’s best-known restaurateurs and a chef to the stars, is also the consulting chef to Hawaiian Airlines.

Next week she will make a flying visit to Australia to help spread the word about America’s youngest state in its 50th year, and Hawaii’s oldest airline, which in 2009 celebrates 80 years.

Bev owns two of Hawaii’s most famous restaurants, both on Maui – the iconic Hali’imaile General Store (which recently celebrated its 20 year anniversary) and Joe’s, in coastal Wailea.

Jack Nicholson, Harrison Ford, Sharon Stone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alice Cooper, Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt, Bryan Adams, Willie Nelson and Jason Alexander – to name a few - have all dined at Hali’imaile General Store, established on a former pineapple plantation in upcountry Maui, while Clint Eastwood, Dustin Hoffman, Sarah Jessica Parker, Pierce Brosnan and Ray Romano are among the many celebrities to eat at Joe’s.

“Hawaii is one of the world’s most iconic holiday destinations – and with our restaurants we have added a culinary dimension to any visit,” said Chef Bev. “Our guest list includes a real Who’s Who of show business, and reflects not only the dining experience we offer, but the enduring appeal of Hawaii as a vacation location.”

Sherilyn Robinson, Sales and Marketing Manager Australia for Hawaiian Airlines, added, “We are proud to have Bev Gannon as consulting chef to our airline, bringing her considerable expertise to our menu design, and adding value for our customers. On all of our flights between Australia and Hawaii, we add further value by offering authentic Hawaiian service, and by including meals, drinks and main screen entertainment in our air fare.”

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